Karen Karniol-Tambour Named to Barron’s 2021 List of "Most Influential Women in US Finance"

Since joining the firm in 2006 as an Investment Associate on the fixed income team, Director of Investment Research Karen Karniol-Tambour has quickly risen to key leadership positions. Today, Karen oversees teams of investors developing systematic insights on global markets and economies, and she is a regular author of Bridgewater’s Daily Observations, with a focus on fixed income, monetary and fiscal policy, money and credit flows and portfolio construction.

Karen also leads Bridgewater’s ESG research and sustainable investing efforts, and takes a notably active role in the staffing of research teams as well as their development. She is heavily involved in a number of Bridgewater’s employee affinity groups — most notably the firm’s Women’s Influence Network (WIN) —and among her contributions to the group, she has led initiatives to provide seminars and presentations from outside speakers on professional development. “Beyond her research abilities, Karen has deep and enduring values. She is a natural leader. She cares about people and combines that with intelligence and a passion to understand the world," says Bridgewater CEO David McCormick.

Read more about her recognition*: https://www.barrons.com/articles/barrons-100-most-influential-women-in-u-s-finance-karen-karniol-tambour-51617958802

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